Harmon cleared his throat and yelled for a full 15 (more like 17) minutes on Wednesday. He covered contract talk, depth charts, recent injuries and a few news nuggets that may have interested only him. Give a listen. Tell your friends. Listen to internet radio with The Swollen Dome on Blog Talk Radio

Peyton got you worried? Do you trust Michael Vick? Take a deep breath. Here are my updated QB ranks heading into the third preseason games. 1 Aaron Rodgers GB 2 Drew Brees NO 3 Tom Brady NE 4 Philip Rivers SD 5 Michael Vick PHI 6 Tony Romo DAL 7 Peyton Manning IND 8 Matt […]

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The 2011 NFL Draft gets underway in a mere seven hours, whetting the appetites of fans worldwide. A report released Thursday morning indicated that the league’s year — i.e., the start of business activity, including free agency – would begin on Monday following the draft weekend. In the spirit of the debates raging in pubs […]

Who do you trust? Following the unmitigated disaster that was Week 13 for many would-be heroes, fantasy owners approached Week 14 with caution. It’s the big week, either the first round of the playoffs or the final throes of the regular season. Perhaps Thursday’s big performances from our top options demonstrated that the fantasy world […]

As I watched the final seconds of the Raiders’ thrilling (confusing, bewildering ….) win over division rival San Diego, I noted the huge yardage total posted by Philip Rivers and started to delve through the game logs. I logged another notch on the dark side of the ledger when Alex Smith’s comeback effort against the […]

Harmon and his colleague John Halpin of FOXSports.com got together to discuss the good, bad and ugly of Week 1. Give it a listen .

As expected, media day came and went with nary a blip on the sports landscape. A collective yawn could have emanated from the group of players as the same questions were asked … and asked … and asked ad nausea. Sure, there were a few oddball questions, a minor security skirmish and more references to […]

The 2009 NFL season provided more than a few chills, spills and thrills along the way. We entered the year with grand expectations at tailback, and conventional wisdom kept the draft board running back-heavy in the opening rounds. That age-old strategy just might fall to the wayside in 2010 given the number of pass-happy attacks […]

Los Angeles The 2009 season offered more twists and turns than any psychological thriller concocted in Hollywood. Fantasy owners and fans navigated through a myriad of injuries and varied circumstances, including, but not limited to, coaching changes, suspensions, trades, releases and frequent trips on the quarterback carousel. Along the way, a number of surprising stat […]